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Icehaid
05-13-2016, 09:51 AM
Anyone else going other than myself and the Zombie? Take a drive, folks. Madison is close - provided you live in the upper midwest, that is. ;)

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jcarlile
05-13-2016, 06:05 PM
Hey Ed, you did go! Have great time you and Ben! See you for the Lincoln Hall show on the Tues night? Tell Ben hi for me. You boys behave yourselves....;-)

Icehaid
05-14-2016, 02:26 AM
Leaving the Monsters Behind
NLTB
Two Hearts
Poor Little Fish
Stumbling Through the Dark
Lovers of the Sun
All the Right Reasons
Quiet Corners and Empty Spaces
Bottomless Cup
Waiting for the Sun
Trouble
Comeback Kids
I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
Pretty Roses in Your Hair
Tampa to Tulsa
Save it for a Rainy Day
Sound of Lies
The Devil is in Her Eyes
Smile
Settled Down Like Rain
Blue
I'd Run Away

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I'll Be Your Key
Broken Harpoon
Tomorrow the Green Grass
Tailspin
Baby Baby Baby

zebulon
05-14-2016, 02:37 AM
Thatīs a set list! And Bottomless Cup!!! Just hope they keep it for the whole tour! I mean the song, never have heard it live and itīs one of my favourite songs from Sound of Lies. Thanks for the info, I guess it was a great night.

Icehaid
05-14-2016, 11:14 AM
That´s a set list! And Bottomless Cup!!! Just hope they keep it for the whole tour! I mean the song, never have heard it live and it´s one of my favourite songs from Sound of Lies. Thanks for the info, I guess it was a great night.

It was indeed. Can never get enough Tim tunes in a set, imo. The "new guy" (as Gary put it) Chet was terrific. He played the hell out of the Jaguar (with some nice EBow textures on a few tunes), plus acoustic and pedal steel. He was really enjoying himself up there. Looks to be a great fit.

jebstuart
05-14-2016, 02:52 PM
Looks like a great show to see. Great set list. I hope they roll out "Ace" at some point. I bet Leaving the Monsters Behind was a great way to start the show! Lies In Black and White is another one that should be played. Looking forward to Rocky Mount!

CaffeineZombie
05-15-2016, 07:53 PM
Leaving the Monsters Behind (GL - SG, CL - Jaguar)
Nothing Left To Borrow (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
Two Hearts (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
Poor Little Fish (GL - V, CL - Jaguar w/ EBow)
Stumbling Through the Dark (GL - acoustic, CL - Rick)
Lovers of the Sun (GL - acoustic, CL - Jaguar w/ EBow)
All the Right Reasons (GL - acoustic, CL - Rick)
Quiet Corners and Empty Spaces (GL - acoustic, CL - Jaguar)
Bottomless Cup (GL - SG, CL - Jaguar w/ EBow)
Waiting for the Sun (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
Trouble (GL - V, CL - acoustic)
Comeback Kids (GL - Tele, CL - Jaguar)
I'm Gonna Make You Love Me (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
Pretty Roses in Your Hair (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
Tampa to Tulsa (GL - acoustic, CL - steel)
Save it for a Rainy Day (GL - SG, CL - Epiphone)
Sound of Lies (GL - acoustic, CL - steel)
The Devil is in Her Eyes (GL - SG, CL - Epiphone)
Smile (GL - SG, CL - steel)
Settled Down Like Rain (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
Blue (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)
I'd Run Away (GL - SG, CL - acoustic)

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I'll Be Your Key (GL - acoustic, CL - steel)
Broken Harpoon (GL - acoustic, CL - steel)
Tomorrow the Green Grass (GL - SG, CL - Epiphone)
Tailspin (GL - SG, CL - steel)
Baby Baby Baby (GL - SG, CL - Epiphone)

CaffeineZombie
05-15-2016, 08:00 PM
Looks like a great show to see. Great set list. I hope they roll out "Ace" at some point. I bet Leaving the Monsters Behind was a great way to start the show!


It was. :)

Gary and Karen sing, "I don't want to fight" and then Tim and Chet come in with, "don't want to fight". Damn, that chorus is so good. Sticks in your head.

CaffeineZombie
05-15-2016, 09:08 PM
Random thoughts on a rainy night in Madison, from the caffeine-scrambled brain of a zombie:

Folk Uke were very entertaining. I laughed a lot!

Pretty cover of "California Stars" was a nice surprise.

Loved their songs, "S**t Makes The Flowers Grow" and "BJ To A DJ".

Nice to see Perlman come out and play bass with them.


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Thought the Jayhawks sounded great, especially for opening night of a tour.

If they're this good already, just think how fantastic they'll be by the time they get to New York.

Crowd was decent, the theater was pretty full.

Chet Lyster is a solid addition to the band. He and Perlman had a great time on that side of
the stage. I don't think I've seen Marc smile so much throughout a show, ever!

New stuff all sounds better live.

That encore was super. Might be one of the best ones I've seen at a Jayhawks show. It's funny, I was
just commenting the other day to someone that "I'll Be Your Key" is this album's "Broken Harpoon".
And then they go into "Broken Harpoon" right after "I'll Be Your Key".

"Tomorrow The Green Grass" was a MAJOR SURPRISE. Wow! :eek:

Thought they were done after "Tailspin", but then they blew the roof off the theater with "Baby, Baby, Baby".